My progress report is As follows, I have driven the winnie locally. I drove it about 40 mile roundtrip to the muffler shop and I drove it to see a couple of my grandkids, another 40 mile roundtrip.
Insurance is 36.00 monthly with full coverage, since it older than 86 it does not require a title in Georgia. There is a form from the dmv called a t22b and the serial number has to be inspected and verified by law enforcement and that was done yesterday so next week I can get the tag.
I still have to fix the refrigerator, the roof a/c and the electric step and get a foam mattress for the overhead bunk, two plastic vent covers and a few other misc. Things. My father in law has an rv fridge that is the same size and the roof air needs a capacitor to help the blower fan start. The roof air works but you have to give the fan a spin and I think the capacitor will fix that.
The electric step was stuck so I ran power straight to the motor and got it freed up but it wont work on it's own. I can hear the relay click when I operate the door switch, evidently one of the three relays is not working. I am thinking about installing a separate switch that you push to open and close the step.
I will go to Ohco and get the foam and to Crown RV to get the vent covers. Evidently there are two different vent covers so you have to take a pic of the vent cover to make sure to get the right one.
I also need an awning assembly, I think it is odd that this Winnie never had an awning. I als fou.d out it has a 60 gallon fuel tank, so I am saving up for the first fill up.